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Canceling Black Men

July 1, 2024


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We’ve seen a lot of our black male celebrities get “canceled” lately – from Diddy to Jonathan Majors to Chris Brown. Not that some of them don’t deserve it, but why does it seem like black men have become the face of cancel culture when there are other people doing the same things? Shannon, Lisa, and Karen discuss canceling’s humble beginnings to how it got chopped and screwed and it’s intertwining with the me too movement.

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About the Hosts

Blacktivities is a Black Panache original production – a podcast network with a lineup of black-hosted shows sharing black stories and tackling black issues. For more information on shows like our newest production, Fat Lies Matter, visit blackpanache.com.

Help Support Future Minority Educators by donating to the Wilbert Bond, Sr. Scholarship Fund, created to honor Shannon’s Grandfather, the first black graduate of Middle Tennessee University.

Continue the Conversation on Social Media:

Instagram – @blacktivitiespod

Follow Shannon – @justshanofficial

Follow Lisa – @monalisadapoet

Follow Karen – @kkrobertsgrissom

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Copyright 2022-2024 Black Panache, LLC

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Society & Culture

Canceling Black Men

July 1, 2024


Background
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We’ve seen a lot of our black male celebrities get “canceled” lately – from Diddy to Jonathan Majors to Chris Brown. Not that some of them don’t deserve it, but why does it seem like black men have become the face of cancel culture when there are other people doing the same things? Shannon, Lisa, and Karen discuss canceling’s humble beginnings to how it got chopped and screwed and it’s intertwining with the me too movement.

Bring Blacktivities to your inbox – stay posted on what’s happening with the pod… more black culture, black history, black perspectives, and black panache!

Other Ways to Join in the Blacktivities:

  1. Ask Black People – If you have a question you want us to answer on the show, use this link.
  2. Grab some merch from the Blacktivitees Pop Up Shop. [For 15% off, enter the code – BLKEXEL15]
  3. Share this episode with a friend.
  4. Rate and review us on Apple Podcasts.
  5. Follow us on social media.
  6. Donate to the cause and help amplify more black voices… join our panel of black people.

Hear more episodes – Blacktivities website

About the Hosts

Blacktivities is a Black Panache original production – a podcast network with a lineup of black-hosted shows sharing black stories and tackling black issues. For more information on shows like our newest production, Fat Lies Matter, visit blackpanache.com.

Help Support Future Minority Educators by donating to the Wilbert Bond, Sr. Scholarship Fund, created to honor Shannon’s Grandfather, the first black graduate of Middle Tennessee University.

Continue the Conversation on Social Media:

Instagram – @blacktivitiespod

Follow Shannon – @justshanofficial

Follow Lisa – @monalisadapoet

Follow Karen – @kkrobertsgrissom

Threads – @blacktivitiespod

Facebook – Blacktivities

Research Links:

Copyright 2022-2024 Black Panache, LLC

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